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Beto O’Rourke’s 2020 bid draws mixed reactions in El Paso, Texas

EL PASO, Texas – Proper Printshop started printing shirts as soon as they were opened at 10am Thursday . The clothing presented phrases like "Beto 2020" with an image of the former El Paso, Texas, Congressman with Old Glory sunglasses. "It's nice to know that someone from El Paso, a city like ours, can strive to do something incredible," said …

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How authorities found out about the alleged college cheating scam

The executive, identified by the Wall Street Journal as Morrie Tobin, was investigated as part of a separate financial fraud case and provided investigators with enough information that they were able to identify William Rick Singer as the mind of the plot, the official Tobin found himself faced with two charges of securities fraud for his role in a pump-and-dump …

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New Mexico compound suspects charged in alleged plot to attack FBI and military personnel

A grand federal jury in Albuquerque, New Mexico, rejected a replacement charge that incriminates suspects with federal crimes related to terrorism, abductions and firearm violations. The replacement indictment replaces the one returned by a grand jury last year and includes more serious charges. "The replacement charge claims a conspiracy to stage deadly attacks on American soil," prosecutor John C. Anderson …

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College admissions cheating scandal: What happens to the students?

Coaches accused of falsely presenting potential students when athletes were fired or dismissed from their universities, and schools are examining registered students to confirm that no one else was involved. But it remains to be seen what will happen to the students themselves. According to the criminal affidavit, some students were aware of the scam, but others had no idea. …

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Howard Schultz apologizes after claim on military experience

The observation gained a rapid reproach from the Democratic candidate Pete Buttigieg; the mayor of South Bend, Indiana, is a veteran and was deployed in 2014. Buttigieg is not the only presidential candidate of 2020 with a significant military background. The Tulsi Gabbard representative from Hawaii, who is also running, joined the Hawaii National Guard in 2002 and volunteered to …

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